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baka
(S) 1. a heron. 2. name of a giant
bakamurkha
(S) stupid heron
bakar
binakar burnt
bakaripu
Baka's enemy; another name for Buddha

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bakal
candidate for wife, fiancée; ambakalana to have to repeat
bakāsěm
sour soup; soup with tamarind
bakikuk
a hen (Gallus bangkiwa)
bakikul
bakikulěn to look for again and again
bakiti
ant; ambakiti like an ant; to come and go like an ant
bakung
a plant (Crinum asiaticum)
bakula
(S) a plant (Mimusops elengi)
bakta
babaktan present, gift (brought along)
bakṣaṇa
(S bhakṣaṇa) to eat
bagañjing
temple
bagor
female deer
bāng
abāng red; binang yellow-colored; kabāngan to become red; angry
bangěnggi
strong
bangět
abangět very, extreme; quick, fast
bangiwen
former(ly)
bangun
1. form; like. 2. to get up, to stand up; to stand; abangun to stand up; amangun to get up, to stand up; to wake, to awaken
bangus
muzzle (e.g., for a dog)
bango
a heron (Ciconia sp.)
bangkak
1. cruel. 2. bangkak-bangkak a bird
bangkapö
a large sea fish
bangkit
1. happiness; binangkitan sharpened, whetted. 2. to exceed, to surpass; excellent, eminent; superior

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bangkiwa
ambangkiwa to act like a wild hen
bangkrak
babangkrak a water bird
banggi
afraid; fear, danger
bangbang
1. a musical instrument. 2. reddish, light brown; binangbang painted red
bangbatu
part of a palace
bangras
tremendous, enormous, violent; dangerous
banglus
a fish
bangśapatra
(S wamśapatra) a kind of sedge-grass
bangsal
binangsal fenced, enclosed by a hedge
bangsawara
a textile
bangsi
(S wamśi) flute; mabangsi to blow a flute
bacangah
a kind of wayang
bacingah
several; different kinds of; outer square
bacot
nose; mouth
bajang
little, small, dwarf; pabajangan graveyard for children
bajing
squirrel
bajo
mambajo to cross the sea; by sea
bajra
(S wajra) flash of lightning; diamond; binajra hit by a thunderclap
bajrāgni
(S wajrāgni) fire of the thunderbolt
bajraghoṣa
(S wajraghoṣa) thunderbolt
bajrāngkara
name of Buddha
bajrājñāna
name of Buddha
bajradhara
(S wajradhara) to carry a thunderbolt; kabajradharan adherent of Bajrāyana

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bajrapañjara
(S wajrapañjara) cage made of diamonds; a battle-array
bajramaya
(S wajramaya) consisting of thunderbolts
bajrāyana
(S wajrāyaṇa) name of a school of Tantri
bajralepa
(S wajralepa) layer of diamonds
bajraśanī
(S wajraśanī) chisel made of a thunderbolt; chisel of steel; chisel of diamonds
bajrasadṛśa
(S wajrasadṛśa) (to look) like a diamond
bajropama
(S wajropama) (to look) like a bajra (q.v.)
bañak
goose; bañak angrěm goose sitting on eggs; a battle formation
bañar
a fish
bañu
water; to bathe
bañol
clown; abañol to crack jokes
bañcang
bañcangan 1. payment of the debts of a son by his father. 2. knot, snare, halter, noose, lasso
bañcana
(S wañcana) disaster, calamity; trick, ruse; disappointed
bañcanopaya
(S) slander and trick
bañcar
kabañcaran killed as a hero
bañcal
amañcal to throw away; to kick
bañjar
row, line; environs; circle
bañjur
abañjuran direct(ly)
baṭang
babaṭang corpse
baṭuk
forehesd; front, before
baḍama
large knife
baḍawāgni
(S waḍawāgni) hell-fire

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baḍawang
turtle, tortoise
baḍyag
an alcoholic drink
baṇa
(S) arrow
baṇi
(S wāṇī) another name for Saraswatī
baṇija
(S waṇij) merchant, tradesman
baṇijakarma
trade
baṇṭeng
bull
baṇḍang
baṇḍangan prisoner of war
baṇḍěm
ambaṇḍěm to throw at
baṇḍi
a remedy, a medicine
baṇḍung
together; to play against, to have a match (with), to compete, to rival; abaṇḍung to accompany; ambaṇḍung to equal; silih-baṇḍung to help each other
baṇḍut
baṇḍut-baṇḍut be helped, be assisted; kabaṇḍut snared, wired; strangled, lassoed
baṇḍusa
coffin; trunk, box; maṇḍusa to bury
baṇḍot
binaṇḍot tied up, fastened; see baṇḍut; ula baṇḍotan a poisonous snake
baṇḍyaga
a stranger; traveler, wanderer
baṇyaga
captain
baṇwa
boat; see banawa
bata
brick; ambata (to look) like a wall
batang
1. higher place, elevation. 2. binatang-batang heightened, raised. 3. defeated. 4. numeral classifier
batěk
sabatěk together
batur
1. raised/heightened floor; stairs; mabatur provided with stairs. 2. servant; abatur head.

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3. treasures, treasury, riches
badal
amadal to refuse
baděs
ambabaděsi brought into discredit, discredited, stained
bade
equipment for cremation
baddha
(S) 1. bound, tied up, fastened. 2. caught, seized; headcloth
badyag
an alcoholic drink
badha
(S wadha) dead; death
bādhaka
(S wādhaka) handicap, obstacle, troubles, hindrance
banantěn
a fine cloth
banara
a plant (Smilax zeylanica)
banawa
boat; see baṇwa
banaspati
(S) 1. tree. 2. a forest ghost
baning
turtle, turtoise
bantal
pillow
bantěn
pabantěnan victim; sacrifice, offering, pious gift
bantěr
abantěr quick, fast
banting
ambanting to throw down, to fling down with a jerk
banděng
a sea fish
bandoga
a plant
bandha
(S) 1. bundle, band, tie; bond, alliance; mambandha to tie up, to fasten, to bind fast. 2. body; babandha corpse; silih-bandha to seize one another, to grasp each other
bandhana
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chain; sarwajanmabandhana anything which puts mankind into chains
bandhapāśa
(S) string and snare
bandhu
(S) sister, brother, relation
banyaga
merchant, tradesman; see baṇyaga
bāp
many, much; very, quite; heap; abāp in heaps; in bundles
bapa
father
bapuh
(S wapuh) body
bapra
(S wapra) wall
baprakeśwara
(S waprakeśwara) mountain ghost
baprorddha
(S waprorddha) on/upon/above/over the wall
babak
1. broken; peeled off; mabak to tear off. 2. ambabak lungguh to get a home
babat
part
babatan
raised floor, heightened floor
babad
ambabad to cut (off)
babar
ambabar to open; mababaran to separate, to spread; finished, all over
babal
torn (off); penetrated; broken
babah
babahan gate
babu
ababu thousands of
bāmakara
(S wāmakara) left hand
bamakṛti
to die as a hero
bāmana
(S wāmana) goblin; dwarf
bāmahasta
(S wāmahasta) left hand
bāmi
(S wāmin) to spout

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bamodara
(S ambhodhara) cloud; ambamodara to tread on clouds
bāmoru
(S wāmoru) left thigh
baya
cloth; motif
bayang
1. abayangan doubtful; to go around. 2. binabayang carried away, brought away
bayangkarya
binayangkarya newly married man or woman
bayan
a parakeet, parrot
bāyabya
(S wāyawya) arrow of Bayu; northwest
bāyabyastha
(S) in the northwest
bāyu
(S wāyu) wind; breath; vital strength, energy; vitality
bāyutanaya
(S wāyutanaya) son of the god Bayu, i.e., Hanuman
bāyuputra
(S wāyuputra) son of the god Bayu, i.e., Hanuman
bāyubajra
(S wāyubajra) storm, hurricane
bāyubajrasadṛśa
(S wāyubajrasadṛśa) like wind and a flash of lightning
bāyubrata
(S wāyuwrata) vow to the wind
bāyubhaksa
(S wāyubhaksa) to live on winds; to subsist on the winds, i.e., to fast
bāyumitra
(S wāyumitra) friend of the god Bayu
bāyusuta
(S wāyusuta) son of Bayu, i.e., Hanuman
bayong
a fish
bāywākāśādhika
(S) wind, sky and so on
bāywātmaja
(S wāywātmaja) son of Bayu, i.e., Hanuman
bāywāhāra
(S) to live/subsist on winds, i.e., to fast

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bara
heavy; load, burden; kabaran overloaded, over-burdened; impotent, powerless; see bhāra
barang
1. in vain; gone, away, disappeared. 2. whosoever, whatsoever. 3. binarang attacked with a large knife
barat
wind; strong wind; ambarat katiga like a wind in the third month
baranang
ambaranang robber; one who burns; makabaranang be burnt
barabal
amarabal to stream, to flow; to overflow
barabas
marabas to stream, to flow; to overflow
barasat
makabarasat to run helter-skelter
barěp
ambarěpi to precede; to be the leader or commander
barěběk
jingling, to jingle
barěbět
noisy; noise
barěběl
makabarěběl incessant, continuous; to fall bit by; to flow, to stream; see barabal
bari
and; sometimes; when; moment; bari-bari continuous, incessant; whatsoever; whosoever; baryyan several, different; each; sabarinya at every time when; during, as long as; while
baribin
noisy; disturbing, to disturb; confused, inconfusion
barung
ambarung to accompany; to beat a large percussion instrument
baruṇa
(S waruna) 1. the god Waruṇa, god of the sea. 2. west
bāruna
west
baruṇāstra
(S waruṇāstra) arrow of the god Waruna
barubi
a plant

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barubus
barubusan to appear, to rise; to bud
barubuh
makabarubuh to fall on one's back; kabarubuh turned over, toppled over; thrown away; destroyed
barkakan
a fruit
barpět
to stop; gone, away, disappeared; to flicker
barpulung
to gather, to meet, to come together
barwang
a bear
barwung
a sore; wound
bala
(S) 1. strength; mabala strong. 2. army; subordinate, crew
bāla
(S) children; young
bālaka
(S) young; small children
balaka
honest, upright, reliable; straightforward, just; frankly, openly
balakang
back(-part); behind
balakrama
soldier
balang
1. grasshopper. 2. mabalangan to throw at one another
balātkāra
(S) force; compulsion; violence
balādhika
(S) officer, commander
balanak
a sea fish
balapati
commander-in-chief
balapradhāna
(S) commander-in-chief
balabag
board
balabar
abalabar to run away, to flee, to take to one's heels; amalabar to overflow
balabur
a very heavy rain in the dry season; kabalaburan caught by the rain

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balay
building; hall; see bale
balawān
(S) strong; mighty; powerful
balasanggha
(S) group of soldiers
balasamūha
(S) group of soldiers
balasah
makabalasah spread, scattered
balěm
1. abalěm slow; robust; short; low. 2. balěman glowing coal, cinders
balī
(S balin) 1. strong, solid, firm, robust; superior. 2. not, no
bali
again; kabali beaten back, beaten off; see balik
balik
mistaken; mistake, fault; again; as the successor, as the substitute; abalikakěn astonished; malika will be a traitor, will go over to the enemy; kabalik beaten back, beaten off; turned upside down
balinguh
balingubalinguh enthusiastic; passionate
bālitanya
(S) son of Bali
bāliputra
(S) son of Bali
balisah
uneasy, worried
balu
widow
balung
bone
balumbang
well; pond
balut
abalut bandage
balun
abalun orphan
bale
bale nyasa annex, outbuilding
balmika
(S walmīka) anthill, ant nest
bawi
pig
bawita
greedy, gluttonous

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bawis
soon, directly; quickly, fast
bawu
dawn
baśa
(S waśa) hope; will, desire; command, order; might, power; baśa-baśa very powerful, very mighty
basaja
usual, common; intentionally, expressly
basanta
(S wasanta) spring season
basantatilaka
(S wasantatilaka) flower in spring; name of a verse meter
basama
perhaps, probably
bāsawaḥ
(S wāsawa) another name for the god Indra
basah
1. rotten. 2. basahan robe of state, court dress
basu
(S wasu) a creature similar to a dewa (god)
basundharā
(S wasundharā) earth, world
basundhari
(S wasundharī) earth, world
bahak
1. ambahak to rob. 2. a large ferocious bird
bahang
drunken
bahěm
molar (tooth)
bahělung
bone; see balung
bahi
fish
bahiri
1. (S bheri) drum. 2. tree bark
bahu
1. shoulder; neck. 2. much, many; bahuweda many kinds of knowledge
bāhu
shoulder; hand; arm
bahud
ambahud cruel; to kill
bāhudaṇḍa
(S) the arm/hand which is punishing
bāhupāda
(S) hand and foot

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bahumantra
several sacred formulas
bāhurakṣa
(S) hand-protector; bracelet
bahula
1. (S) thick; packed, close together; large; strong. 2. for, because; cause, reason; during
bāhulya
of; the more; moreover
bahuwangśa
(S) to have many descendants
bahuwidha
(S) much, many; several
bahuśiṣya
(S) to have many pupils
bahni
(S wahni) fire
bahnidhāraṇa
(S wahnidhāraṇa) cremation
bahnibrata
(S wahniwrata) vow to fire
bahnimaya
(S wahnimaya) fire; to consist of fire
bāhwābharaṇa
(S) arm-ornament, hand-embellishment
bahwṛca
(S) priest, specialist in Ṛg-weda
běk
full; see iběk
běkěl
biněkělan to be provided with provisions during one's journey, to get victuals for one's journey
běkiki
a fish
běga
to stammer, to stutter
běger
young; cheerful, animated, enthusiastic
běng
an onomatopoeic word to express humming
běngang
to open one's mouth; biněngang opened, open
běngkat
to go; departure
běngběng
closed room
běcik
aběcik-běcik good; beautiful
běñu
(S) aběběñon to joke

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běñud
astonished, amazed; startled
běñcah
biněñcah crushed, broken
běñjit
piglet
běṭěk
cook
běḍag
to hunt; biněḍag hunted, chased
běḍol
biněḍol destroyed; drawn, pulled out
bět
shrubs; bushes
bětah
1. also, too. 2. tough; approved, to stand the test; to stand firm, to persevere; steadfast, undaunted, resolute
běněm
aměněm to roast in warm ashes or glowing coals
běněr
right; straightfoward; aběněr right, straight-forward; sure, certain; aměněr-měněr to point directly at, to go up directly to
běntar
broken; torn; burst, split
běntis
calf (of the leg)
běntur
aběnturan to strike against each other, to collide with each other
běnter
warm; clear, bright
běndu
angry; anger
běběk
pamběběkan place of collection
běběng
hampered, hindered, obstructed; amběběng to hinder, to hamper, to obstruct
běběd
1. cloth, skirt; belt. 2. shark. 3. bandage; amběběd to bandage
běras
hulled rice
běrěběg
kaběrěběg noisy
běrěm
palm wine

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běriwok
to have a dense moustache and beard
bělah
split, broken, burst
bělěk
aběbělěk in great number
bělět
kabělět unbearable
běsar
1. mulberry. 2. large, great
běsi
a heron
běsur
stubborn, obstinate, headstrong
běhak
torn
böběl
kaböběl broken; to shudder, to shake
böh
(běh) aböh swollen
bi
woman; lakibi men and women; see anakbi
bikal
abikal hard
bingar
clear, bright; beautiful; cheerful, enthusiastic; abingar fresh; clear, bright
bingung
confused, in confusion
bingkas
destroyed, damaged
bingle
a bird
bicaruka
(S abhicaruka) prayer for warding off danger, etc.
biḍudak
amiḍudak like a snake
biddhanāga
clothes peg; clothes hook
binang
abinang large
bini
wife
binihaji
queen
binturun
a bird
bindanāga
mabindanāga with betel-leaf and lime

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bindar
to hit something accidentally and after that to call the name of one's favorite person
bindhiwāla
(S bhindipāla) a javelin/spear/lance
bipariīta
(S wiparīta) deviation
bibal
small wound
bibi
mother
bibik
amibik to shut, to close
bibit
1. fishhook; point of a fishhook; amibit to angle. 2. amibiti to call, to mention
bībhatsa
(S) not delicious; very ugly
bimba
(S wimba) painting; shadow; picture
biru
abiru blue
bilala
1. quiet, still, silent, calm; permanent, constant, firm. 2. afraid
bilulu
a plant
biluluk
pistil of the coconut flower
biṣa
(S wiṣa) poison; miṣani to poison; see bisa
biṣama
(S wiṣama) enormous, tremendous; terrible, violent; hard; difficult; dangerous; hardly passable
biṣṭi
dangerous
bisa
can, capable; tan pabisa cannot, incapable, impotent, powerless
bisan
abibisan relationship between parents whose children are married; in-laws; see besan
bīsik
bisik-bisik to whisper
bisu
1. dumb, mute. 2. a bird
bu
abbreviation of budha, i.e., Wednesday

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buat
to do, to make; mamuat to do, to make
buka
to begin; abuka to give reason to; sabuka in the beginning
bukakuṇḍur
crown, diadem
bukět
abukět firm, solid, strong; mabukět to shrink
bukur
temple, chapel
bukuh
abukuh to bow solemnly
bung
bamboo shoot, bamboo bud
bungalan
yellow
bungah
abungah merry, glad, cheerful, elated
bungkah
base; bottom; underpart, underside; bubungkah a water reed
bungkil
cake of pressed peanuts; bubungkilan all kinds of tubers
bungkul
1. classified for counting houses. 2. bubungkul knob; bud; knot, handle
bungbang
hole
bungbung
bamboo
buñcang
mabuñcangakěn to throw away
buñcal
to throw away
buñcit
last; hindmost, sternmost
buñjit
piglet
buḍeg
dumb; stupid, silly
butěng
abutěng mentally deranged, mad, angry; hothead
buti
merit, service
butir
butirěn wound; physical defect; stain, blot, shame

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budur
an alcoholic drink
buddha
(S) kabuddhan seat/throne of Buddha
buddhakula
(S) descendant of Buddha
buddhāngkura
(S) descendant of Buddha
buddhātmaka
(S) man whose soul is full of conciousness
buddhānusmaraṇa
(S) meditation on Buddha
buddhapratiwimba
(S) shadow of Buddha; image/picture of Buddha
buddhamārgānusārī
(S) to follow the way of Buddha
buddhālaya
(S) seat/throne of Buddha
buddhaśāsana
(S) commandments of Buddha
buddhi
(S) consciousness; knowledge; intention; invention; feeling; quality; abuddhi to like; aware of, conscious of
buddhipūrwwa
(S) something of which one is aware
buddhimān
(S) sensible, wise, levelheaded, sedate, strong of character; clever
buddhuracana
(S) invention and plan
bun
dew; kabunan covered with dew
buněk
abuněk desperate; sad, distressed; powerless, impotent
buntang
kabuntang-banting shaken; jostled; jerked to and fro
buntal
amuntal to lance, to spear
buntěk
the buntěk fish (a poisonous sea fish)
buntěr
round, bulbous; spherical
buntut
tail; rear guard; classifier for counting animals

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bubak
destroyed, damaged
bubat
amubat to beat, to give a blow
bubar
finished, ready; scattered, spread; damaged, destroyed
bubuk
moth; woodworm
bubut
binubut drawn, pulled out
bubur
jelly; amubura will become a jelly; will be smashed
bubul
torn (off)
bubuh
1. bubuhan task; burden, load; share, part. 2. bubuhěn swollen
buyan
mad
buyut
ancestor, forefather; old men; kabuyutan holy place; temple, chapel
burangkak
proud, conceited
burat
face powder; ointment, salve
buranah
maburanahan to flourish, to develop luxuriantly
burayut
to stick to; to tie up, to fasten; makaburayut to stick to; to tie up, to fasten
burěngik
pating burěngik everywhere there was groaning, everywhere groaning was heard; kaburěngek-burěngek to moan, to groan continuously
burit
behind; rear guard; stern (of a ship)
burilap
pating burilap to sparkle, to twinkle, to glitter, to flicker, to shine
buru
aburu to hunt, to chase; then, moreover, further; maburu-buru to hunt; paburwan hunting field, hunting grounds
buruñja
binuruñjakěn (animals) driven together as the hunters make noise

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buruhun
aburuhun to look for vegetables
burwak
a bird
bulalak
speckled; striped
bulus
javelin, spear, lance; mamulus to stab; to beat
buluh
amuluhi to refuse, to reject; to disdain, to humiliate
bule
albino
busung
dropsy; dropsical
buset
monkey
buhak
broken, burst, damaged
buhaya
1. crocodile. 2. abuhaya to want, to desire, to intend to, will
buhun
name of a country
beji
a musical instrument
betala
a weapon
bebek
duck
berěm
a black cloth
beri
a musical instrument; see bheri
beres
paberes gun dog, hound
bela
to follow one's dead beloved by commiting suicide; pabelan weapon used for committing such a suicide
belek
an eye disease
besan
parents of both husband and wife; see bisan
bok
sound-symbol to express something which falls, or somebody who lies down
bog
sound-symbol to express somebody who falls

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bogor
pabogoran garden of aren-palms
bogol
ambogol unarmed
bong
1. kabongan startled, fallen asleep. 2. ta bong-bong come, let us hold a cockfight; come, let us enjoy a cockfight
bongoh
abobongoh stupid, silly
bonglěs
to go secretly; to go stealthily
bonglot
to go; abonglot to go; to flee; to fly
bocokok
a crocodile
bojěm
lotus
boño
name of a color
boñcah
children
boñjing
a melody; to shake, shaken, shaking, to move violently to and fro
boṇḍi
moṇḍi hysteric, neurotic; to behave idiotically
bot
abot heavy; difficult; binotan urged, pushed aside
botoh
to bet; to gamble; bobotoh gambler; kabotohan (place off) gambling
botdagang
śūdra (the lowest of the four castes)
botrawi
stone walls at the sides of a pond; bathing-place
bodhi
(S) the tree under which Buddha received Enlightenment
bodhimūla
(S) causes of the soul's consciousness; principles of spiritual development; origins of spiritual development
bodhisattwa
(S) coming Buddha; candidate Buddha
boddha
(S bauddha) Buddhists; kaboddhan holy place of Buddhism

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boddhangśa
(S bauddhamśa) descendants of the adherents of Buddhism
boddhatantra
(S) doctrines of Buddhism; canons of Buddhism
boddhādhyakṣa
(S) teacher of Buddhism
boddhapakṣa
(S) adherent of Buddhism
boddhapratīta
(S) Buddhism
boddhabrata
(S) pious/devout adherent of Buddhism
boddhalakṣana
(S) pious/devout/loyal to Buddhism
boddhasthāpaka
(S) Buddhist monk
bondolo
a kind of glutinous rice
bobot
abobot pregnant; bobotana ought to be fined
boboh
abobohan to attack; bobohan task, obligation
bor
amazed, astonished
boles
scattered, spread; to separate
bolu
name of a flower (Zehneria exasperata Miq.)
bowong
tiger
bos
mabos ferocious, wild; snappish, biting
bosěn
tired, annoyed
boh
hey!
byak
quick, fast
byakta
(S wyakta) clear, bright; obvious; sure, certain; convinced; pamyaktan a clear proof
byagata
consolation; consoled; calmed
byatīta
(S wyatīta) past, after
byāpaka
(S wyāpaka) to develop luxuriantly, to flourish, to spread, to extend, to enlarge, widen

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byāpāra
(S wyāpāra) behavior; doings; conduct; work, profession
byāpārī
(S wyāpārin) to carry out, to work at
byāpī
(S wyāpin) to develop; to soak, to penetrate
byamoha
(S wyāmoha) unconscious; fainted, swooned
byaya
(S wyaya) destruction, ruin; loss; victim; sacrifice; expenses, cost, charges; makabyaya to sacrifice; to bear, to endure, to suffer; pabyaya expenses, cost, charges
byayātma
(S wyayātman) disposed to sacrifice
byar
open; be put on; turned on, lighted
byawasthā
(S wyawasthā) situation; matter, thing; decision, determination
byasana
(S wyasana) passion; bad feature or characteristic, bad quality; attempt, effort; diligence, industriousness
byěng
byěngakěn will be thrown away; see bwang, bwěng
byung
mabyungakěn scattered, spread (everywhere), separated
byut
abyut to hang down, to bend down (because of the weight of fruit and folliage)
byur
abyuran scattered, spread (everywhere)
byūha
(S wyūha) battle-array; regulation, rule; abyūha to be on one's post in a battle formation
byota
abyota to differ with, in conflict with, contradictory to
byoma
(S wyoma) sky, space
bra
king; title of kings; see bhra, bhre; patik bra your slave; my lod, my master, your highness
brangbrang
amrangbang to grow red (like a red onion)
braṇitasandhinī
(S wraṇitasandhinī) to help the wounded

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brata
(S wrata) asceticism; vow, solemn promise; to fast; obligation, task; abrata to practice asceticism, to swear; to take a vow, to make a vow
bratajapa
(S wratajapa) asceticism and sacred formula
bratī
(S wratin) hermit; one who is practicing asceticism
brāntajñāna
(S bhrāntajñāna) deviating thought, deviation
brahah
to turn round, to wheel round, to rotate
brahmā
(S) 1. the god Brahma. 2. word; prayer; sacred formula; anger
brahmāṛṣi
(S brahmaṛṣi) priest of the brahmana caste
brahmaṛṣikanya
(S) daughter of a brahmana priest
brahmakanyā
(S) girl of the brahmana caste; another name for the godness Saraswati
brāhmakṣatra
(S) brahmana and kṣatriya
brahmāngśa
(S) the brahmanas
brahmacārī
(S) first stage of the life of the triwangśa (q.v.); good manners, good conduct, good behavior
brahmacaryya
(S) morality, decency, moral ethics; self-restraint
brāhmaṇa
(S) brahmana; priest, hermit
brāhmaṇateja
(S) aura/shine of a brahmana
brāhmaṇayogi
(S brāhmaṇayogin) priest of the brahmana caste
brāhmaṇarūpa
(S) to have the appearance of a brahmana
brāhmaṇarūpadhara
(S) to have/accept the appearance of a brahmana
brāhmaṇaśāpa
(S) a brahmana 's curse

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brāhmaṇī
(S) another name for the goddess Saraswati; brahmana 's wife
brahmadaṇḍa
(S) staff of the god Brahma
brāhmādhinata
(S) king of the brahmanas
brahmapada
(S) seat/place of the god Brahma
brahmayajña
(S) sacrifice to the god Brahma
brahmarāja
(S) private priest; head of the priests
brahmaloka
(S) seat/place of the god Brahma
brahmaśara
(S) arrow of the god Brahma
brahmasūtra
(S) brahmana 's cord (as mark of recongnition)
brahmasūtropama
(S) like a brahmana 's cord
brahmāstra
(S) arrow of the god Brahma
brahmasthāna
(S) 1. seat/place of the god Brahma. 2. a tree
brahmahatya
(S) murder/murderer of a brahmana
brěkěkěk
kabrěkěkěk to humble oneself; cringing
brěg
binrěg driven away; hunted, chased
brěgěñjong
a giant, a demon
brěnggiristi
(S bhṛṅgirīti) another name for the god Kumara
brěteh
thief
brěbět
abrěbět to buzz; to pass very fast
brěběs
mrěběsi to flow, to drip, to stream
brěsi
pabrěsi the servant who carries the seat-pillow
brěsil
infirm; invalid; having a defect

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bris
thick; dense
blak
wounded
blandong
blandongan a boat
blěḍag
amblěḍag to explode; to sound loudly
blěběk
(bělěběk) mělěběk to inundate; makabělěběk to bubble up
blik
ablik to scream
blo
foal
bwang
binwang thrown away; driven away; hunted, chased; see byěng, bwěng
bwat
1. very, extreme, exceeding; heavy; burden, load; abwat heavy; makabwatan to make heavier, to aggravate; to consider difficult/heavy; binwatan pushed aside, pressed, oppressed; burdened, loaded. 2. amwat to load; to carry. 3. material; result; product. 4. to feel; for (the sake of); to give
bwěng
bwěngakěn thrown away; see byěng, bwang

BH

bhakta
(S) 1. food; pabhaktan place to store cooked rice; depository for cooked rice. 2. ambhakta to carry
bhaktawatsala
(S) to like, to be fond of; greedy, gluttonous
bhakti
(S) devotion, fidelity, loyalty; faithfulness; honor, respect, reverence, homage, tribute
bhaktimān
(S) loyal, faithful, devoted
bhakṣa
(S) food
bhakṣana
(S) food
bhakṣyapāna
(S) food and drink

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bhāga
(S) part, share; happy, happiness; samabhāga the same part/share/portion; see bhage
bhagawatī
(S) another name for the goddess Durgā
bhagawān
(S) priest, hermit, master, God
bhage
(S bhāgya) happy, happiness; bhageya welcome!; see bhāgya
bhagna
(S) broken; damaged; destroyed; dead; to fail
bhagnapratijña
(S) one who denies his vow; liar
bhagnawīryya
(S) one who loses his courage; desperate, powerless
bhāgya
(S) happy, happiness; see bhage
bhāgyamān
(S) happy
bhangga
proud; conceited; stubborn, obstinate, persistent
bhanggāpakāra
(S) destruction and ruin
bhanggi
(S) fragile; flexible, pliant; tan pabhanggi incessant, continuous; unbreakable
bhaṭa
(S) servant; soldier
bhaṭamantri
(S bhaṭamantrin) commander; officer
bhaṭāra
(S bhaṭṭāra) god; king; abhaṭāra king; dina bhaṭāra the day of the sun-god, Sunday; see bharāla
bhaṭārī
(S bhaṭṭārī) goddess; woman
bhaṭṭagana
(S) group of singers
bhāṇḍa
(S) merchandise; property; abhāṇḍabhāṇḍa leader, foreman, commander
bhaṇḍagina
clown
bhadrā
(S) patient; one who forgives easily
bhadrawāda
(S) good omen; name of the second month

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bhadrawantan
(S) the second month
bhadrika
(S) the best one; the most excellent one; name of a verse meter
bhadreśwara
(S) another name for Śiwa
bhānu
(S) the sun
bhāndāri
(S) treasurer
bhānwātmaja
(S) son of the god Surya
bhāma
invincible, unconquerable; unbreakable; enormous, tremendous, violent
bhaya
(S) 1. afraid, to fear; danger. 2. possibility
bhayangkara
guard
bhayadurgga
(S) aid, help, assistance
bhayānaka
(S) awful, horrible
bhāra
(S) load, burden; heavy; difficult; important; kabhāran too heavy; objection
bharaṇa
makabharaṇa used as an adornment; to wear an embellishment
bhārata
(S) descendants of Bharata; pabharatan battlefield
bhāratakathā
(S) story of Bharata (the Mahābhārata)
bhāratayuddha
(S) war between the descendants of Bharata
bhāratawarṣa
(S) India
bharadwājāśrama
(S) hermitage of Bharadwājā
bharāla
(S) God; see bhaṭāra
bhārggawa
(S) 1. descendants of Bhṛgu. 2. hammer; striker
bhartula
(S wartula) round, spherical

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bhartṛloka
(S) place of one's husband
bhāryyā
(S) woman; wife
bhalla
(S) arrow
bhāwa
(S) figure, stature; attitude; behavior; kabhāwa defeated
bhāwaka
(S) as if; like
bhāwacakra
(S) chain of life and death; abhāwacakra be born again, to incarnate
bhawana
(S) house
bhāwanā
(S) conjecture, suspicion; shadow; fantasy, illusion, imagination; calculation; bhināwanā expected, supposed, suspected; imagined, alluded
bhawānī
(S) another name of the goddess Umā
bhawarasa
abhawarasa to agree, to consult
bhawah
bhawahan adornment, embellishment, ornament
bhawika
(S) pious, virtuous, modest
bhawiṣya
(S) future; after that; then, further
bhawiṣyati
(S) he/she will be/become soon; will soon; further, then; bhawiṣyatiněn ought to be surpassed
bhaṣa
abhaṣa rather, somewhat
bhāṣa
(S bhāṣā) prayer; word; language; abhāṣa to say, to tell, to swear
bhāṣaṇa
(S wāsaṇa) mabhāṣaṇa to trade, to carry on trade
bhāṣarudita
(S) melancholy melody
bhāṣita
(S) to have said, to have told
bhāskara
(S) sun
bhasama
(S) ash; abhasama bandaged; to wear a cloth, be dressed; to bestrew with ash; makabhasama

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to become ash/dust
bhasmara
kabhasmaran to fall in love
bhasmaśayana
(S) to sleep on ash/dust
bhasmī
(S) destroyed; to become ash/dust; see bhasmībhūta; bhasmyan destruction; kabhasmyan cremation; fire; burned, caught by fire
bhasmīkṛta
(S) to become ash; burned, cremated
bhasmībhūta
(S) to become ash; cremated
bhāswara
(S) to radiate, radiating, shining
bhikṣu
(S) priest; Buddhist monk
bhikṣuka
(S) beggar; priest
bhīta
(S) afraid, to fear; coward
bhindipāla
(S) javelin, lance, spear
bhinna
(S) 1. tremendous, enormous, violent; dangerous; alarming, frightening; kabhinna-bhinna endless. 3. decrease, diminution; restriction, limitation. 3. different; difference
bhīma
(S) tremendous, enormous, violent; horrible, awful
bhīru
(S) afraid
bhiṣak
(S) remedy, medicine; physician
bhīṣaṇa
(S) tremendous, enormous, violent; dangerous; difficult; alarming, frighting
bhiṣuwa
(S) sacrifice; victim
bhukti
(S) meal, food; to use; to enjoy; to satiate oneself, to satisfy oneself; mukti to enjoy
bhūgaśrī
hair-cord, hair-string
bhuja
(S) hand; ghost with one hand
bhujaga
(S) snake

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bhujagakusuma
(S) nagasari flower
bhujagapati
(S) king of snakes; another name for Anantabhoga
bhujagāpaśa
(S) cord consisting of a snake: weapon of Indrajit which is a lasso made of a snake
bhujagapuṣpa
(S) nagasari flower
bhujagaśiśusṛta
(S) decorated with young snakes
bhujagāstra
(S) arrow consisting of a snake
bhujangga
(S) learned man, scholar; priest; makabhujangga be apprenticed to; to have as one's apprentice or student; to have as one's follower or adherent
bhujanggaprayāta
(S) creeping snake; name of a verse meter
bhujanggawijṛmbhita
(S) a snake which is lying loosely; name of a verse meter
bhujadwaya
(S) both hands
bhujālamba
(S) hand-supporter
bhūta
(S) living being; creature; giant; evil ghost; devil
bhūtādi
(S) giant/demon (and so on)
bhūtayajña
(S) offerings/sacrifices to evil ghosts; offerings/sacrifices to giants
bhūtala
(S) earth, world
bhūtahita
(S) human welfare; welfare of all living beings
bhūpati
(S) king; regent
bhūpāla
(S) king; regent
bhūpālaka
(S) world-protector
bhūbhāga
(S) part of the earth

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bhūmaṇḍala
(S) the spherical world; circle, cycle; region, area, district, country; territory
bhūmi
(S) earth; soil; makabhūmi to have
bhūmicāra
(S) to walk on earth; abhūmicāra to walk on foot
bhūmija
(S) son of the earth (Bhoma)
bhūmitala
(S) earth-surface
bhūmidāna
(S) gift in the form of a piece of land
bhūmidewādi
(S) the goddess Pertiwi and others
bhūminātha
(S) king
bhūmīndra
(S) king
bhūmipāla
(S) king
bhūmipālaka
(S) world-protector
bhūmiputra
(S) son of the goddess Pertiwi
bhūmimaṇḍala
(S) the spherical world; the whole world; territory
bhumiṣa
proud; conceited
bhūmyāgāra
(S) house and yard; dwelling-place; home
bhūmyātmaja
(S) son of the goddess Pertiwi
bhūrbhuwaḥ
(S) earth and sky
bhūrbhuwaḥswaḥ
(S) earth, sky and heaven
bhūlokapāla
(S) world-protector, earth-protector
bhuwana
(S) world; continent; nature; earth
bhuwanāṇḍa
(S) terrestrial globe
bhuwanatala
(S) earth-surface
bhuwanatraya
(S) the three worlds; the three realms of nature

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bhuwanāntarāla
(S) earth and sky
bhuwanamaṇḍala
(S) region, district, area, country; territory; earth-surface
bhuwanarakṣaṇa
(S) world-supporter
bhuwaḥ
(S) world, earth
bhuwaḥpada
(S) world of human beings
bhūśayyā
(S) to sleep on the earth; to lie on the earth
bhūsaṇa
(S) ornament, adornment, embellishment
bhūḥ
(S) earth, world
bhūḥbhāga
(S) part of the world
bhṛngga
(S) a bee
bhṛtya
(S) servant; subordinate, crew
bhṛtyādhikāra
(S) head, commander, leader, chief
bhṛtyapati
(S) commander(-in-chief)
bhṛtyasanggha
(S) group of subordinates; gathering of fishermen
bhekṣa
(S bhaikṣa) alms; charitable gift; religious meal
bheda
(S) different, difference; except (for); mabheda in groups
bhedakāra
(S) to lie; to play off against each other
bheri
(S) a musical instrument resembling a drum
bhaikṣa
(S) alms; charitable gift; religious meal
bhaikṣakarmma
(S) beggar
bhairawa
(S) 1. another name for Śiwa; mabhairawa awful, horrible. 2. Śivaite priest; mamberawa to act as a Śiwaite priest

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bhairawī
(S) another name for the goddess Uma
bhoktā
(S) eater; user; the one who enjoys
bhoga
(S) use, the use of; enjoyment, pleasure; food, meal; food and clothing
bhogabhungga
(S) several kinds of food; various kinds of meals
bhogi
food
bhogopabhoga
(S) several kinds of enjoyment/pleasure
bhojana
(S) food; entertainments; offered meal and drink
bhojanapāṇa
(S) meal and drink
bhoh
hey!
bhra
title of kings
bhrā
abhrā clear, bright; to shine, to sparkle; beautiful, splendid
bhrānta
(S) confused, in confusion; desire and love
bhrāntacitta
(S) confusion, bewilderment, entanglement
bhramanta
(S bhram) to wander about; to cross or traverse in all directions; lying in the way; worried, uneasy
bhramara
(S) bee
bhramarawilambita
(S) place of hanging bees; name of a verse meter
bhramarawilasita
(S) uneasy bees; name of a verse meter
bhramita
(S) wandering about; crossing/traversing in all directions; uneasy, worried
bhramitākṣara
(S pramitākṣara) with flirting eyes; while playing with the eyes; name of a verse meter

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bhraṣṭa
(S) to fall down, to collapse; defeated; destroyed; dead
bhrukutila
(S) frowning with the eyebrows; to frown with the eyebrows
bhre
king; title of kings

M

makara
(S) shrimp, lobster; a horrible or awful creature; ornament in the form of a makara
makaradhwaja
(S) the god Kama
makarabyūha
(S) a battle-array
makarānana
(S) a battle-array or formation
makarawaktra
(S) a battle-array
makin
the more; to increase
makuṭa
(S) crown, diadem; amakuṭa to have the crown, to wear a diadem
makuṭāgra
(S) top of a crown/diadem
makuṭadhara
(S) to wear a diadem
maga
mamaga-maga dissappointed again and again; kamaga to fail; dissappointed
magag
kamagagěn astonished, confused, bewildered
māgadha
(S) favorite singer; excellent singer
māgadhapati
(S) king of the land of Māgadha
māgadhendra
(S) king of Māgadha
māgha
(S) name of a month
māghamāsa
(S) the month Māgha
mangu
hesitance, doubt; to dream, to muse; mangu-mangu to hesitate

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manguyu
priest; pamanguyuwan hermitage
manguri
a palace official
mangulangi
fifth wife of a king
mangkā
then; such, like that; see mangkana
mangkana
thus, so, such, in such a manner; samangkana thus; though; at that time; now, nowadays
mangkěl
amangkěl not yet ripe; grieved, offended, peevish
mangkin
1. the more ... the... -er; see makin. 2. now; later on
mangke
now, nowadays; at present
mangko
now; soon
manggala
1. (S) happiness, good luck; blessing, grace, mercy, favor; blessing ceremony; first child. 2. beginning; leader, chief, headman. 3. belt; amanggala to wear a belt; pinakamanggala to be a protector
manggalagīta
(S) melody which brings good luck or happiness
manggalastāwa
(S) eulogy which brings good luck or happiness
manggalya
(S) dangerous. 2. beneficial, blessing, advantageous
manggis
a fruit (Garcinia mangostana)
manggista
a fruit
mangguṣṭa
(S) a fruit
mangmang
call; oath; vow; mamangmang to swear
māngsa
(S mānisa) meat; food; meal; fish-eater
māngsapeśi
(S) lump or piece of meat
māngsabhakṣa
(S mānisabhakṣa) to eat meat/flesh

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māngsabhakṣaṇa
(S mānisabhakṣaṇa) flesh-eating, carnivorous
māngsarasa
(S mānisarasa) taste of flesh/meat
mangsī
(S maṣi) ink; pamangsyana smeared with ink, dirty with ink, spoiled with ink
macan
tiger
maja
a fruit (Aegle marmelos)
majana
majanana ought to be the referee/arbiter/intermediary
majum
ingredients which cause drunkenness
majja
(S majjā) ointment, salve
mañal
male genitals
mañca
subject or vassal kings; strange
mañcanagara
governor
mañjangan
deer
mañjabhāṣaṇi
(S) name of a verse meter
mañju
amañju to dislike
maḍake
shallow place
maḍangkungan
name of a wuku (q.v.)
māṇawakakrīḍita
(S) a playing boy; name of a verse meter
maṇi
(S) pearl; jewel; diamond
maṇik
pearl; jewel; diamond; pamaṇikan jeweller
maṇigunanikara
(S) some good characteristics; name of a verse meter
maṇigopura
(S) gate set with jewels
maṇimaya
(S) consisting of jewels

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maṇimukya
(S maṇimukhya) excellent jewel; important jewel
maṇḍaga
salve, ointment
maṇḍapa
(S) open front hall
maṇḍala
(S) circle, area, district, milieu, territory; cycle; hermitage; amaṇḍala hermitage
maṇḍalam
(S) holy milieu
maṇḍalika
(S) 1. submissive countries. 2. an aquatic plant (Artocarpus rigida Bl.)
maṇḍi
1. to bathe; to water, to spray. 2. poisonous; effective, efficacious
maṇḍihalādi
to mock; to abuse; to call a person names; to scold, to defame
maṇḍuka
(S) frog, toad
mata
1. eye; minata visible, seen; pamata sight, view; sakamatan what is seen, what is visible. 2. see ata
mātā
(S) mother
matang
cause; reason; intention; purpose; plan
matangga
(S) elephant
mātāmaha
(S) grandmother
mati
(S) thought; opinion
matika
too, also; see atika
matikin
too, also
matkuṇa
(S) a kind of bug
matta
(S) excited, cheerful, glad, merry, enthusiastic; angry; mad; mattakrīḍa name of a verse meter
mattamayūra
(S) merry peacock; name of a verse meter

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mātra
(S) size, measure; small; only, but; a trifle; a little, abit; mātra-mātra gradually; samātra a little, a bit
matsara
(S) jealous, envious; jealousy, envy
mātsaryya
(S) jealous, envious; jealousy, envy; greed
matsya
(S) fish; meat
matsyādhipa
(S) king of the land of Wirāṭa
mada
(S) pride; madness; drunkenness; passion; amada drunken; kamadan reckless deed
madana
(S) love; the god Kama
madanakāryya
(S) to cause love, to make (someone) fall in love
madanāgawiṣaya
(S) to cause a drunkenness of love
madanatantra
(S) textbook of love
madanadahana
(S) the one who burned the god of love, i.e., Śiwa
madanabāna
(S) arrow of love
madanarāga
(S) sick because of love; lovesick
madanāri
(S) enemy of love, i.e., Śiwa
madanawilāsābhyāśa
(S) close to love-making
madanawedanātma
(S) hit/struck/caught by love and pity
madanaśara
(S) arrow of love
madanaśarāgni
(S) fire of the arrow of love
madanāśrama
(S) hermitage of the god Kama
madanodaya
(S) the arising of love and pity; name of a sacred formula
madalekha
(S) letter containing conceited words

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madirā
(S) an alcoholic drink
madya
(S) an alcoholic drink
madraka
(S) Madras (the city); name of a verse meter
mādhawa
(S) another name for Wiṣṇu
madhu
(S) honey
madhuka
(S) a plant
madhukara
(S) bee
madhūdang
(S) another name for Kṛṣṇa
madhupa
(S) bee
madhuparkka
(S) dish with honey; cocked food with honey
madhubrata
(S) bee
madhumāsa
(S) spring season; minadhumāsa sugared
madhura
(S) beautiful, fine; friendly
madhularalalita
(S) name of a verse meter
madhulawṛkṣa
(S) a tree
madhusūdanāwatara
(S) incarnation of Kṛṣṇa
madhuswara
(S) pleasant to be heard
madhya
(S) middle, mid
madhyakrośa
(S) half a krośa (a linear measure)
madhyama
(S) middle, mid; average
madhyamadāna
(S) the average gift
madhyamaphala
(S) average wage, average fee
madhyamottamakamiṣṭa
(S) average highest and average lowest
madhyarātri
(S) midnight

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madhyastha
(S) to stand in the middle; impartial, neutral
madhyordhamadhaḥ
(S) middle; high; low
māna
(S) thought; meaning; conceit, boasting, bragging; anger
manāng
fault, mistake; angry
mānadhāna
reverent, respectdd, honored; upright, righteous, straightforward, honest; kamānadhānan honest struggle
manādhukāra
to welcome with cheering
mānamana
continuous, incessant; to and fro; amāna-mana to do one's utmost; mamānamana with all one's might, with might and main
mānamānasa
(S) proud, conceited; reckless
mānayanāya
to intrigue against the king
manawa
perhaps; probable
mānawa
(S) man
mānawakākrīḍita
(S) playing slaves; name of a verse meter
mānawāgama
(S) the code of Manu
mānawādi
(S) the code of Manu
mānawibhawa
(S) kamānawibhawan extravagant self-reliance; excessive self-confidence
mānasa
(S) heart; feeling; inner self; inner man, internal; sad, distressed, sorrowful; mānasā sad, distressed, sorrowful
mānasika
(S) inner self, inner man, internal; mental, moral; psychic
mānasija
(S) love
manastāpa
(S) sadness, sorrow, distress; misery

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manah
(S) heart; feeling; thought
manahil
name of a wuku (q.v.)
maněh
wet-nurse, foster-mother; maidservant; female slave
mani
jewel, diamond; see maṇi
manis
1. nice, attractive, sweet; friendly, kind. 2. umanis the first day of the five-day week
manuk
bird
manuja
man
manūpadeśa
(S) the code of Manu
manuṣa
(S) man
manuṣakṛti
(S) to have the appearance of a person
mānuṣagendha
(S) the smell of man
mānuṣādhama
(S) low/humble/mean man
mānuṣapada
(S) world of men, the human world
mānuṣabuddhi
(S) man's thought, thought of man
mānuṣarūpa
(S) man's form, man's appearance
mānuṣaloka
(S) human world, world of men
mānuṣya
(S) mankind; man
mānuṣyaloka
(S) human world, world of men
manogāmī
(S) as fast as thought
manoja
(S manojawa) as fast as thought
manojawa
(S) as quick as thought
manojawana
(S) as fast as thought
manojña
(S) delicious; splendid, beautiful, fine
manobhawa
(S) love

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manobhū
(S) love
manol
a water bird
manohara
attractive; beautiful; kind, friendly
mantare
half; see antara
mantěn
ruby
manti
kamantyan an instant, a moment; to pass, to expire; interstice, gap, interim, interval, pause
mantu
son/daughter-in-law
mantun
to stop; see antun
mantra
(S) sacred formula; prayer; mantroṣadha sacred formula as remedy, sacred formula for healing
mantramātra
(S) only one prayer
mantri
(S mantrin) minister, adviser, official
manda
(S) gentle, kind; rather; a little, a bit; stupid, silly
mandākrānta
(S) name of a verse meter
mandateja
(S) to shine dimly, to shine dully
mandabhāgya
(S) not dangerous; unlucky
mandamāruta
(S) soft wind
mandara
(S mandāra) 1. a tree (Erythrina indica). 2. name of a mountain
mandarādri
(S) mount Mandara
mandālpaśakti
(S) impotent, powerless; limp
mandawīryya
(S) coward
mandaśarana
(S) impotent, powerless; limp
mandi
efficacious, effective; see maṇḍi (2)
mandra
(S) pleasant; amusing; cheerful, animated,

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glad; fine, splendid
manmatha
(S) love; the god Kama
manmathābha
(S) like the god Kama
manmatharipu
enemy of the god of love; another name for Śiwa
manmathasakā
(S manmathasakhā) friend of the god Kama
manman
indifferent, not minding
mapacāra
(S apacāra) lack, shortage; to sin
mami
first person pronoun: I, me, mine
mamrati
ruler; manager; controller; authority
māya
1. māya-māya mental, spiritual; to disappear; amāya-māya clear, obvious; to radiate, radiating; tan māya (ritually) unclean. 2. too, also
māyā
(S) hypnotism, magic, witchcraft; juggling; pseudo; quasi; trick, ruse, conceit; false; counterfeit; māyāmājā metamorphosis
māyākāra
(S) mirage
mayang
1. coconut flower; mamayang to flower, to be in bloom; pamayang flower. 2. kamayangan elated; see hyang
māyārūpa
(S) apparent form; mirage; pseudo, quasi
māyāwaktra
(S) vague sight of a face
māyāweṣa
(S) disguise
mayūra
(S) peacock
mār
weak; gentle; mild tempered; tired, fatigued; ill, sick; fine, delicate, soft; angamār lingering (e.g., a disease); to languish; kamāran to weaken, weakened
mara
(maran) to go forward, to proceed; to, in the direction of; in order (to, that); for (the sake of); too, also; indeed; emphatic particle; see marapwan

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māra
(S) death; destruction; danger
marakata
(S) a precious stone; jewel; emerald
marakatawarṇṇa
(S) emerald-colored
marakarmma
(S) unlucky
marakih
name of a wuku (q.v.)
māraṇa
(S) murder; death; plant-disease; infectious disease
marapwan
(marapwa) in order to; so that
mārawighna
(S) hindrance/obstacle/obstruction by the goddess Māra
mārawijaya
(S) victory over the goddess Māra
marika
1. nowadays, at present; he, she; such a, such like, like that; for (the sake of). 2. emphatic particle
marike
to this place; here, hither
maring
glad, to feel well, comfortable, at one's ease, contented; see aring
marica
(S) black pepper
marimis
mamarimisi to penetrate; to pass with great difficulty; see rimis
maru
second wife; makamarwa will become the second wife; maru-marun jealous, envious
māruta
(S) wind; the god Bayu
mārutaputra
(S) son of the god of wind
mārutasuta
(S) son of the god of wind
mārutāhāra
(S) to live on wind, i.e., to fast
māruti
(S) son of the god of wind, i.e., Hanuman
marutaputra
(S) son of the god of wind, i.e., Hanuman

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marutprasuta
(S) son of the wind-god, i.e., Hanuman
marutsuta
(S) son of the wind-god, Hanuman
marus
blood
māropadrawa
(S) danger and accident
markata
see marakata
mārgaṇa
(S) arrow
mārgga
(S) way, manner; cause; amārgga to go; to pass; samārgga in order to; samārgganta in accord with your way
mārggaśiraḥ
(S) name of a month (November-December)
martyapada
(S) world, earth
martyaloka
(S) world, earth
mardala
(S) a drum
mārdawa
(S) soft, gentle, mild-tempered
marpawān
to stream, to flow
marmma
1. cause. 2. marmman a weak place or point; difficult place or point. 3. pity; kindness. 4. very, extremely, exceedingly. 5. marmma-marmma to hesitate, to doubt, doubtful
marmmara
(S) to buzz
maryyādā
(S) good behavior; piety
marṣa
(S) goodness, virtue, benefaction; charity, philanthrophy
malangghya
(S alangghya) impassable, impracticable
mālati
(S) jasmine (Jasminum sambac L.)
malayākya
(S malayākhya) named Malaya
malayaparwwata
(S) Mount Malaya
malayapradeśa
(S) Malaya area

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malayamāruta
(S) wind from Mount Malaya
malar
in order to; because of
malah
even, even so
malěm
night; pamalěm the whole night
malěr
yet; still going on; it still goes on
mali
to heal, healed; to recover, recovered
maling
thief; minaling-maling killed secretly
mālinī
flower arranger; name of a verse meter
malih
again; compensation; substitute; change
malecca
disloyal
mālya
(S) bouquet, nosegay, floral tribute
mālyakarmmā
(S) to arrange flowers
malyāla
steel
malla
(S) wrestler
mallamoṣti
(S) wrestler
mawa
to radiate, to beam, to shine
mawi
perhaps; probably
mawwang
a monkey
maśaraṇa
to ask for protection; see śaraṇa
mās
gold; mināsan gilt; furbished with gold
māsa
(S) 1. a measure (1/10 th suwarṇa). 2. time
masa
how is it possible!
masih
yet, still, more
mastaka
head
māstawa
(S āsawa) alcoholic drink

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mah
look! come on! please!
mahā
attempt, effort; trial; umahā to attempt, to take trouble (for), to try; intentionally, expressly
mahākāraṇa
(S) another name for Śiwa
mahākāla
(S) another name for Śiwa
mahākālana
a large giant
mahākāwya
(S) great poem
mahākaśmala
(S) very dirty
mahākrūra
(S) very violent; very cruel; very rough
mahākliṣṭaśarīra
(S) wound on the body; wounded
mahākṣitisuta
(S) the great Bhauma (Bhoma)
mahāgaja
(S) large elephant
mahagambhira
(S) 1. very deep; very dangerous. 2. rich in; with a plentiful supply of
mahāgila
(S) a large and dangerous fish
mahāguru
(S) great teacher; professor; scholar
mahāgrāha
(S) large fish
mahāghora
(S) tremendous, enormous
mahājana
(S) great person; people; the public, the masses
mahātala
(S) name of a hell
mahātipāpa
(S) very sinful; very evil or wicked
mahātṛpti
(S) great satisfaction; very deep feeling of satisfaction
mahātma
(S mahātman) great soul; man with a noble heart; sick person
mahātmya
(S) ill, sick; kamahātmyan magic power,

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supernatural talent; nobleness
mahātyanta
(S) extraordinarily, extremely, exceedingly
mahādibya
(S mahādiwya) splendid, very fine; amazing, astonishing
mahādurggama
(S) impassable, impracticable
mahādurlabha
(S) scarcely obtainable, hardly obtainable
mahādewa
(S) king; another name for Śiwa
mahādewī
(S) first queen
mahādbhuta
(S) very amazing, very astonishing
mahādwija
(S) great priest
mahānātha
(S) great king; emperor
mahānala
(S) large fire
mahānasa
(S) kitchen
mahāntěn
throne
mahāpakṣi
(S mahāpakṣin) large bird
mahāpaṇḍita
(S) grand priest
mahāpātaka
(S) enormous disaster
mahāpada
(S) with large legs
mahāpadma
(S) giant lotus; hidden treasure; place of treasure
mahāpāna
(S) delicious drink
mahāpāpa
(S) very wicked, evil, sinful
mahāpawitra
(S) very holy
mahāpāśa
(S) large snare, large lasso
mahāpaśu
(S) large cattle

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mahāpuruṣa
(S) important person; high official, great man
mahāprajña
(S) very learned; very wise, very tactful
mahāprāṇa
(S) 1. important creature. 2. aspirated sound
mahāprāṇawatī
(S) inner, internal; in one's heart of hearts
mahāprabhāwa
(S) very mighty; extremely powerful
mahāpralaya
(S) the day of the ending of the world
mahāprawira
(S) undaunted, intrepid
mahāphala
(S) very fertile, very luxuriant; very successful
mahābala
(S) very strong; very mighty, very powerful
mahābodhi
(S) noble-minded; nobleness
mahābrāhmaṇa
(S) great brahmana; grand priest
mahābhagawatī
(S) girl of the upper circles of society
mahābhaya
(S) very dangerous
mahābhāra
(S) extremely, exceedingly; heavy burden; very heavy
mahābhirāma
(S) very beautiful/fine; very splendid
mahābhīṣana
(S) very dangerous; very poisonous; very awful, very horrible
mahābhūta
(S) principal element, main element
mahābhairawa
(S) very frightening; another name for Śiwa
mahābhairawī
(S) name of a hell
mahāmāngsa
(S mahāmānisa) very delicious meat
mahāmaṇḍapa
(S) large hall

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mahāmantri
(S mahāmantrin) prime minister
mahāmārgga
(S) highway, great road
mahāmuni
(S) great priest
mahāmūrkka
(S) very stupid, very silly
mahāmṛta
(S) holy life-water; precious life-water
mahāmegha
(S) large cloud
mahāmoha
(S) great error; great mistake
mahāyati
(S) great priest
mahāyāna
(S) large vehicle; the northern (Mahayana) school of Buddhism
mahāyānabrata
(S) asceticism according to the rules of the Mahayana school
mahāyānika
(S) adherent of the Mahayana school
mahāyodha
(S) great hero
mahārāja
(S) great king; emperor
mahāratna
(S) very expensive jewel
mahāratha
(S) great hero
mahāramya
(S) very beautiful, very fine
mahari
throne
mahārūpiṇī
(S) very beautiful, very fine
mahārorawa
(S) name of a hell
maharddhika
(S) very rich, very strong, very mighty, very powerful; very clever; very wise/tactful man
maharddhikapada
(S) heaven of great heroes
maharṣi
(S) great chosen priest
maharṣiwara
(S) great select/exquisite priest

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mahāwangśa
(S) noble birth; noble generation, noble descendant
mahāwānara
(S) large monkey
mahāwighna
(S) great obstacle/obstruction/hindrance
mahāwidagdha
(S) very wise/tactful
mahāwibhawa
(S) very mighty, very powerful
mahāwīra
(S) great hero
mahāwīryya
(S) reckless, intrepid, undaunted
mahāwiśesa
(S) very precious; very mighty, very powerful
mahāwiṣa
(S) very poisonous; efficacious poison, strong poison
mahāwṛkṣa
(S) large tree
mahāśakti
(S) supernaturally very powerful
mahāśaktimān
(S) supernaturally very powerful
mahāśābdika
(S) supernaturally very powerful
mahāśūra
(S) great hero
mahāśrāwaka
(S) priest
mahāśwahastī
(S) with a lot of horses and elephants
mahāsāgara
(S) large ocean
mahāsatya
(S) very loyal
mahāsatwa
(S) very pious; very god-fearing, very devout
mahāsādhu
(S) very pious; very god-fearing, very devout
mahāsaphala
(S) very luxuriant, very fertile
mahāsamudra
(S) large ocean, large sea

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mahāsāra
(S) a musical instrument
mahāsinghanāda
(S) loud scream like the roar of a lion
mahāsinghapuruṣa
(S) great courage like that of a lion
mahāsurapati
(S) the great king of the Asuras
mahīja
(S) son of the goddess Pertiwi, i.e., Bhauma
mahītala
(S) surface of the earth
mahīdhara
(S) mountain, mount
mahimān
(S) greatness; sovereignty; strength, power
mahīrandhara
crack in the ground/earth
mahiṣa
cow
mahiṣī
(S) queen
mahendraparwwata
(S) Mount Mahendra
mahendrasāyaka
(S) arrow of Indra
mahendriya
(S) the great senses
maheśwara
(S) another name for Śiwa
māheśwara
(S) surveyor/supervisor of Śiwaism
maheśwaraśara
(S) arrow of the god Śiwa
maheṣudhi
(S) place of a large bow and arrow
maho
quiet, still, lonely, silent; clear; sparkling, gleaming; see aho (2)
mahocca
(S) very high
mahojjwala
(S) very shiny, very sparkling
mahottama
(S) very excellent
mahotpāta
(S) very important; significant omen

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mahotsawa
(S) great party; great feast
mahotsāha
(S) very active; extraordinary activity
mahodadhi
(S) large sea; large ocean
mahopadeśa
(S) college, university
mahorgra
(S) very strong, very hard
mahoṣadha
(S mahauṣadha) efficacious/effective remedy
mahoṣadhi
(S mahauṣadhi) efficacious/effective medicine
měkar
to unfold, to open; to develop, to swell
měgěgěh
firm, permanent, constant; immovable, immobile, motionless
měgět
paměgět important persons
měngěn
aměngěn-měngěn amazed, astonished
měṇḍung
cloud
měṇḍur
jasmine
měta
elephant
mětah
raw
mětta
(S matta) drunken; excited, enthusiastic, cheerful; angry; kaměttan passion
měna
kaměna before; purpose, aim, goal; see kaměnā; saměnā before
měnir
aměnir-měnir powder-like ground rice
měnur
jasmine
měne
nowadays, at present; soon, directly
měntal
to jump far away (elastic); invulnerable, unhurt
měnděm
drunken

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měnya
nowadays, at present
měmabang
to swell, to rise (dough); to blossom, to flower; to open, to unfold; to bud, to develop, to multiply
měrěngět
to feel warm; to perspire, to sweat
mělěs
shining, sparkling; to stream, to flow; to melt, to drip; amělěs wet
mělur
mělurěn to melt, to drip
mělkah
to burst (open); to open, to unfold
minging
fragrant, odorous
mingmang
1. of, from. 2. root. 3. a bracelet. 4. in place of, instead of
miñak
oil; miñak susu milk
miñu
grape
mita
(S mimitta) cause, reason
mitra
(S) friend, comrade
mitradrohaka
(S) traitor to one's own friend; secret enemy amid one's surroundings
mitrasamaya
(S) peace treaty
mithuna
(S) a twin child; pair of twins
mithyā
(S) a lie; in vain; to ignore, to deny; unreliable, untrustworthy
mithyādṛṣṭi
(S) unreliable/untrustworthy in seeing or surveying
mithyāprawṛtti
(S) to do wrong, to make a mistake
mithyāwacana
(S) lie, deceit
mithyāwāda
(S) curse in vain, unavailing curse
mithyāsamaya
(S) not to fulfil/keep one's promises

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mīna
(S) fish
mīnāntaka
(S) fish trap
minda
(S miṇḍa) ram, male sheep
mimil
to want to know; mimilan coward
mir
desire, craving
mirah
red; ruby
miśra
(S) 1. interest. 2. mixed, mingled. 3. to incarnate
mihat
to see, to look at
mu
your
muang
see mwang
muka
(S mukha) face; head; mouth; front; hole
mukapadma
(S mukhapadma) face like a red lotus
mukawāsa
(S mukhawāsa) perfume
mukukung
to bend; to stoop
mukodgata
(S mukhodgata) to come out of the mouth
mukta
(S) free; liberated; to go up into non-being
muktā
(S) jewel; pearl
mukti
(S) redemption, liberation; happy; muktya will die; pamuktya authority; command, control
mukya
(S mukhya) first; especially, most important
mukṣa
(S mokṣa) see mukta
mungsuh
enemy
muñja
(S) a kind of sedge-grass
mūḍha
(S) silly, stupid
muṇḍa
(S) bald (head)

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mutya
(S) pearl
mutyāhāra
(S) pearl
mūtra
(S) urine
mudā
(S) excitement, cheerfulness, enthusiasm; amudā merry, cheerful, glad, elated; excited, enthusiastic
mudita
(S) cheerful an excited
mudgā
(S) peanut
mudgara
(S) hammer
mudrā
(S) symbolic positions of the hand (in standing or sitting)
mun
when; as if, like
muna
(S mauna) silent, quiet
muni
(S) priest
munidharma
(S) rights and obligations of a priest (hermit)
munīndra
(S) king of priests
muniwacana
(S) words of a priest
muniwara
(S) chosen priest
muniśāpa
(S) curse of a priest
munīśwara
(S) king-priest; priest who is king
munda
a musical instrument
mumul
shark
murang
murang-murang to argue, to contest, to disprove, to contradict, to protest; to lie in the way of
murawa
(S muraja) drum
murěk
amurěkan to drive away, to hunt, to chase

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murěgang
umurgang to stand
murit
ring; handkerchief
murug
kamurugan a flower
murungut
sour look, sour face; snappish, biting
murudung
amurudung to warm oneself; to sunbathe
mūrkka
(S mūrkha) stupid, silly; greedy, covetous; proud, conceited
mūrcca
(S murcchā) faint, fainted, unconscious; impotent, powerless, desperate
mūrccita
(S mūrchita) faint, fainted, unconscious; impotent, powerless
mūrtti
(S) body; bodily
mūrddha
(S mūrdhā) head
mūla
(S) root; surface; cause, reason
mūlaphala
(S) all kinds of tubers
mulu
to protrude; to stretch out; protruding; knot, handle, knob
mule
tan pamule not to mind; inattentive, without attention, to pay no attention, to have no interest
mūlya
(S) price; value; fee, wage; merit, service
mulyar
to shine, to sparkle
muwah
again; repeatedly, again and again; muwaha ta nghulun gumawayakna let me do it again
muśala
(S) hammer, cudgel
muṣa
(S muṣā) cauldron for melting compact material
mūṣika
(S) rat
muṣṭi
(S) fist; amuṣṭi to box

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muṣṭipati
(S) beating with the fist, giving a blow with the fist
muṣṇa
to disappear; gone
musala
(S) hammer, cudgel; see muśala
musuh
enemy; amusuhi to fight against; to contradict, to oppose, to resist; mamusuh to fight against
muha
(S moha) confused, in confusion; astray, wrong, mistaken; drunken; muhamuha drunken
muhūrtta
(S) when, at the moment that; moment, instant; samuhūrtta at the same moment, just; a moment later, after a moment
mṛga
(S) deer; quarry; game
mṛganatha
(S) king of the animals (tiger or lion)
mṛgapati
(S) king of the animals (tiger or lion)
mṛgaprabhu
(S) king of the animals (tiger or lion)
mṛgalañcana
(S) moon
mṛgayāśīla
(S) to like to hunt, to like hunting
mṛgawasa
(S) to hunt
mṛgendra
(S) king of the animals (tiger or lion)
mṛgendrādhipa
(S) king of the animals (tiger or lion)
mṛtajīwanī
(S) to revive the dead
mṛtyu
(S) death
mṛtyujihwā
(S) tongue of death
mṛtyuñjaya
(S) victory over death
mṛtyutulya
(S) like the god of death
mṛtyudeśa
(S) south
mṛtyuparigha
(S) cudgel of the god of death

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mṛtyupāśa
(S) snare/lasso of the god of death
mṛtyumāyā
(S) to threaten with death
mṛdangga
(S) drum
mṛdu
(S) soft, gentle, mild-tempered
mṛdupallawa
(S) fine branch, twig, sprig
mṛṣā
deceit, lie
mṛṣāwāda
(S) to lie, to deceive; lie, deceit
mṛṣawādī
(S mṛṣawādin) to lie, to deceive; lie, deceit
mṛṣodita
(S) deceit, lie
mekala
(S mekhala) loincloth; belt
megha
(S) cloud
meghanāda
(S) to make a sound like thunder; another name for Indrajit
meghāntara
(S) name of a type of cloth/textile
meghawisphūrjita
(S) roar of thunder; name of a verse meter
meda
(S) sperm, semen; water; plant sap; dening medanya because of fighting for a woman
medinī
(S) earth
medhā
(S) manner/way of carrying out; tact, insight, understanding; kamedhan invention; ruse, trick; attempt, effort
men
menmen to wear a mask, to perform a mask-dance; mask-dance; mask-dancer; amenmen to perform a mask-dance
menak
nobleman, noble
meru
(S) name of a mountain (Meru); sameru as high as Mount Meru

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merutulya
(S) like Mount Meru
meruparwata
(S) Mount Meru
merene
here, hither, to this place
melěm
a river fish
mele
to droop out of
meṣa
goat
meh
nearly
maitrī
(S) good, virtuous; patient; humane, philanthropic
maitreya
(S) friendship; kindness, friendliness
maithila
(S) king Mithilā
maithilī
(S) another name for Sītā
mainakāgiri
(S) Mount Mainaka
mo
for (the sake of); once, time after time, now and then; see mon
mokta
(S) free, liberated; death; to die
moktapada
(S) place of those who have attained redemption
moktaḥ
(S) gone, to disappear; to die; death
moktikānana
(S mauktikānana) like pearl
mokṣa
(S) redemption, liberation; to die
mokṣakamārga
(S) way to redemption
mokṣātamaka
(S) one whose soul is redeemed
mokṣapada
(S) the place of those who have attained redemption
mokṣasuka
(S mokṣasuka) happiness through attaining redemption

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mogha
(S) soon; but; incidentally, causally, unintentionally; really, indeed; suddenly, all of a sudden; continuosly, incessantly; moreover, and
mong
1. tiger. 2. pamong official, supporter; caretaker, guardian
mongo
to look sour
mongkono
thus, so, such, in such a manner; see mangkana
mongmong
a musical instrument, a cymbal
moda
(S) perfume
modaka
mixture; ingredients
modakanda
ointment, salve
modana
(S) exciting, amusing; amodana to excite, to amuse; encouraging; delightful, gratifying
mohadita
(S) useful for making perfume
mon
when, as; though; whether ... or
mona
(S mauna) still, quiet, silent; voiceless
monabrata
(S maunawrata) to practice asceticism by not speaking; a vow not to speak
moni
(S maunin) stealthily, secretly
mono
so, such, such that, like that; during; continuously
momo
stupid, silly; mad, angry
mor
see wor
mol
on a large scale
molya
(S maulya) especially; based upon
moh
amoh torn off; destroyed; minohan killed
moha
(S) confusion; mistake; drunkenness; stupid, silly

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mohacitta
(S) confused, in confusion
mohanaśara
(S) arrow which causes confusion or drunkenness
mohanāstra
(S) arrow which causes confusion or drunkenness
mohita
(S) confused, in confusion; charmed, captivated
mpu
master, expert; thumb
mrak
peacock
mrik
odorous, fragrant
mlagandang
amlagandang kidnapper, to kidnap
mlěk
to fill, to fulfil
mlětuk
to fly
mleccha
(S) man of low caste
mlecchajāti
(S) of low birth
mlecchaswabhāwa
(S) low, mean, humble
mwak
amwak to cry, to yell
mwang
1. and; with. 2. amwangi to help, to assist; amwangmwangi to cause, to bring about; to support, to protect, to look after, to take care of
mwat
amwat to contain; to carry
mwab
amwab to yawn; to sprinkle; to boil
mwas
1. to flow, to melt, to drip; amwas wet; umwas to flow. 2. tan amwas not to be persuaded, not to be talked over; stubborn, obstinate
mwah
amwah destroyed, damaged
mwěh
and; see muwah
mwit
amwit, māmwit to take leave; to say goodbye; to begin with, to begin to

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